Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: Rick 386 On: Mon Mar 05, 2012 11:58 pm

WN,

Some time you'll have to come down here and spend the weekend. When you get here Friday night, I'll have some sharp and other cheeses along with hard Sturgis pretzels. I might even have some triple smoked bologna and maybe if I like you, I'll break out some venison bologna and jerky.

Saturday morning we'll start with scrapple and eggs. I like syrup over the scrapple but you can have whatever you please. By lunch time (we call that dinner) we'll snack on some souse, tripe, and pot pudding before having a pickled heart sammich. For supper (dinner for you flatlanders) I'll get you some pig's stomach.

Sunday morning I'll get some slab bacon, cut it about 1/4" to 3/8" thick. While that is slow cooking, we'll dice some pre boiled taters. I like to use the bacon grease to fry up the home fries. After they are somewhat browned, I'll toss in some diced onions. After everything is well cooked, we'll shred some good aged cheddar and melt it over top of them. Hopefully we will have some left over grease that we can use to fry up the eggs.

Maybe for lunch we'll have some grundsow fried in butter with some more taters and onions.

I'll roll you out to your car for the ride home.

Then go get a blood test on Monday morning and tell me what your numbers are.,........... They may not be pretty but I can guarantee your belly will be satisfied. Exercise during the week !!!!!!!!



Rick
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: beemerboy On: Wed Mar 07, 2012 1:15 pm

When my fire department did steak suppers, the cooks used butter in the kettle along with about 10-15 pounds of shrooms. They would also add some of the raw meat juices, some Montreal seasoning and some of the secret steak marinade.

Maybe it's because they cooked it in a large quantity or the seasonings they added, but for a hundred dinners served, there wasn't very many shrooms left. Some people would eat them by the bowl full.
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: MATTHEW D. On: Wed Mar 07, 2012 9:16 pm

AA130FIREMAN wrote:I made some steak, mushrooms,onions,peppers,sausage, and perogies tonight all in the same pan for a good old cholesteral heart pump stopper. It was good, but how do the steak houses make the mushrooms and onions soooooo good ? :secret: :beer: :woot: a nice coool bottle of labatt's blue washed it down with some baileys irish cream, now where did I leave my health insurance card. :lol:

There's no secret : it just always taste better when someone else cooks it and the beer taste better when someone else buys!!!!! : ain't no cholesteral or fat in my cheesesteaks :lol:
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: CapeCoaler On: Sat Mar 24, 2012 8:48 pm

We cook the shaved steak out on the grill...
Nice SS basket used for veggies does the steak nice...
Minimal cleanup...
Shrooms the same way...
Soak them in melted butter and Olive Oil...
Then toss on the grill low and slow...
The Basket goes in the dishwasher for cleanup...
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: Wood'nCoal On: Sat Mar 24, 2012 8:55 pm

Berlin wrote:A very very small % of cholesterol comes from the food you eat. Less than 10-20% comes from food you eat. In addition, women particularly, are prone to over producing cholesterol if they have a low dietary intake - so much so that they often end up with significantly higher blood ldl cholesterol than they had before reducing dietary cholesterol.

Want to help your heart? Eat a low carb diet especially avoid refined carbs/sugars. Avoid trans-fats. Stick with proteins and fats and eat fish. most importantly exercise.

atherosclerosis is not really influenced by dietary cholesterol or sat. fat intake.


Exactly. Thanks, Berlin.

Did you know eggs are almost the perfect food? They contain all 8 essential amino acids (that the body cannot produce).

Cook with olive oil, dump it on salads. It's very good for you.

Refined carbs such as sugar generate free radicals.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free-radic ... y_of_aging

That said...I do like butter pecan ice cream, apple pie, and anything that contains chocolate. :lol:
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: gjambor On: Fri Jan 25, 2013 1:13 pm

I disagree with all of you . I eat bacon and eggs nearly every day. I fry my eggs in bacon fat. The current medical thinking is WRONG. Look at the heart disease, cancer and diabetes stats. There is something very wrong going on. Clogged arteries are caused by ruined oils and fats like what is in processed foods, fast foods, fake butter etc. . There is no saturated fat in a clogged artery!
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7934543 Dont be like the rest of the lemmings falling to their deaths.
Also check this website:http://www.brianpeskin.com/
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: Richard S. On: Fri Jan 25, 2013 1:50 pm

AA130FIREMAN wrote: It was good, but how do the steak houses make the mushrooms and....


Marinate them, careful you don't overdue it with vinegar based marinade. 3 to 6 hours if it has vinegar.
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: I'm On Fire On: Fri Jan 25, 2013 2:35 pm

whistlenut wrote:Any of you guys care about the on-going problem with cholesterol in America? Holy Horse-poop!!!! That will kill a normal guy...or gal. Fred...stop encouraging them!!! Any 'heart history' in your families? You scare me....and that other road-kill dish you love...scrapple or something like that. :sick: :sick: :sick: :sick: :!:


Hey man. We're all going to die. With how shitty this world is right now why not enjoy your life in the here and now.
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: k9 Bara On: Fri Jan 25, 2013 2:47 pm

Has anyone tried dry aging beef? I follow Alton Browns recipe for Prime rib, I think it makes a big difference.
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: Richard S. On: Fri Jan 25, 2013 2:53 pm

k9 Bara wrote: Alton Browns


.....is a food god. I love "Good eats". It's a little corny but a great education on food preparation.

I base my ribs on his recipe, best part is no grill required.
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: Dann757 On: Fri Jan 25, 2013 4:14 pm

My father had heart attacks. Pall Malls, heavy alcoholic. I got a call when I was 16, some nurse in an Ohio hospital. "Your father is passed away". "So?" I don't know where he's buried. Mother, ten years of The Big Casino took her at 52. Kools. My brother had his first heart attack at 45. Wow this is a fun thread :D
HAHAHAHA why is Dan crazy? HAHAHAHA

So my sister-in-law, who is the kindest, nicest lady in the world; always used to tell me; " Ahhhh Ahhhh yew hayave a history of heart disease in yewer family, yower gonna die of a heart attaaaack." HHAHAHAHAHAH

You guys all have homes and nice wives and kids, I'm just a survivor.

I make a decent pizza from scratch, eat good sometimes, not good other times. Last night I had fried Spam with fried cheddar cheese and a vanilla milkshake.
The other night I made a pretty healthy chicken stir-fry. Got some whompin big mushrooms for that, garlic, onions, broccoli, and bok choy.

<irrelevant political comment deleted>

Eat right , stay fit, and die anyway
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: Dann757 On: Fri Jan 25, 2013 4:25 pm

Oh, sorry for the irrelevant political comment. :D Ok who blasted me! :o Show yourself :!: I thought it was relevant. forgive me, cabin fever.

One thing I've noticed, the older guys I know, all still engage in strenuous work on a regular basis. Sweat it all out and you'll be OK...
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: gaw On: Fri Jan 25, 2013 9:19 pm

Calm down Dann, you’ll give yourself a heart attach.:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
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Re: Steak, Mushrooms and Onion

PostBy: Dann757 On: Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:51 pm

gaw wrote:Calm down Dann, you’ll give yourself a heart attach.


HHAHAHAHAHA one way or the other. :D

I saw a tip on one of the many cooking shows; about grilling steak. You take your steak and put it in the freezer for about ten minutes before . Then you put it on a cutting board and sprinkle it with some salt and corn starch! Get a thin even coat of corn starch all over the steak. Then put it on a hot grill and cook it. I tried this with London broil and it works great. The corn starch and salt absorbs surface moisture, creating a nice crust on the steak and locking in the juices. The cold from the freezer keeps the steak from over cooking.
Of course, you're supposed to let the meat sit for five minutes to redistribute the juices.
( The term redistribute was not meant to be politically irrelevant to the thread :lol: )
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